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WEATHER FORECAST Fair tonight and Wednesday, no change in temperature.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 68; this afternoon, 8S.
OGALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1921
TIED UP TILL IT
, PAYS IIS TAXES
Attorney General's Orders to Sheriff
In Regard to the Oklawaha
As will be seen by ihe following
Sheriff Thomas is about to nail the
O. V. down hard and fast:
Ocala, Fla., Sept.. 13, 1921.
Mr. S. C. M. Thomas,"
Sheriff of -Marion County, City:
Dear Sir: In view of several in in-stances
stances in-stances of unwarranted and illegal
interference, and attempts to .inter .interfere,
fere, .interfere, with, the efforts bslng made by
the state tb collect the taxes due to it
from the Oklawaha Valley Railroad
Company, and in order to conserve the
interests 'of the state and avoid the
imposition of undue responsibility
upon you? you will pleaa to observe
and follow the directions hereinafter
I find my personal inspection that
divers rolling stock heretofore levied
upon by you under the comptroller's
warrant, has been uula vfully moved
off the track of said rail, oad near the
end thereof at Silver Spiings, and set
off some distance in the woods on in insecurely
securely insecurely laid rails entirely disconnect disconnected
ed disconnected from the track, and upon land not
belonding to said railroad company.
Besides being an unlawful interfer interference
ence interference with property in your custody,
this removal of said rolling stock
leaves t in greatly increased danger
fiom depredation and fire.
You will require this property to
be replaced without delaX n the
track from which it was so removed."
You will require the immediate de delivery
livery delivery to you on said track of any
other rolling stock belonging to said
If you have not already levied upon
any property of said railroad com com--
- com-- pany mother than said i oiling stock,
you will immediately levy said war warrant
rant warrant upon the shops and fixtures of
seid railroad company, if any there
be, and upon-the entire Oklawaha
Valley railroad, or so' much thereof
as may in your judgment be sufficient
to satisfy the said wa ant and the
costs and expanses of sale.
You will take possession of the
property levied upon, an J not. permit
the occupancy or use of it, or of any
part thereof, by any person, corpora corporation
tion corporation or company whatsoever.
You will not permit th a running of
' locomotives, cars V or other rolling
slock over the said railroad by any
vze, or for any purpose, except it
may be necessary for you to use a
locomotive in placing the rolling stock
levied upon for convenient handling
and better protection, or as may be
necessary to permit the prompt re removal
moval removal of goods in transit and "actually
upon the said railroad when levied on.
The law requires that you keep the
property levied upon in your custody,
and does not authorize you to permit
its use by any one.
You will require the prompt car carriage
riage carriage and removal of any freight in
transit and actually on the said rail railroad,
road, railroad, or so much of it as levied upon,
it the time of levy, and I suggest that
forty-eight hours is ample time for
that purpose, and that you require
.such freight to be carried off the road
within that time.
In view of the herinbef ore men mentioned
tioned mentioned interference and attempts to
interfere with this property and with
your custody and control of it, appar
ently for the purpose of hampering
and delaying the state in the collec
tion of the taxes due it, I may add
, that no one other than the attorney
t'eneral, or his authorized representa
tive, is authorized to advise oKdirect
you in any way in this matter, and I
will be ready and glad to advise you
further at any time should occasion
As it is important that the taxes
due be collected as early and at as
little expense as possible, it is desired
that you .advertise the property for
When you want your house, a
furniture, stock or goods of g
any Vind sold, he will auction
it off for you, and get full H
market value. Consult him if 2
you have anything to sell.
J. II. CRAMER
P.0.Box 340 Ocala, Fla. V-
Telephone 419 g
sale as required by law, so that it j
may be sold at the earliest possible I
You will, of course, take all reason reasonable
able reasonable precaution to prevent lossof or
damage to this property by fire, de depreciation,
preciation, depreciation, or otherwise. '-
Very truly yours, .
Rivers H. Buford,
Ocala, Fla', Sept. 12, 7921.
Mr. H. S. Cummings, Receiver,
Oklawaha Valley Railroad,
Dear Sir: I have today wired you
"By direction attorney general, I
have today levied on all rail, roadbed,
spurs, sidetracks, switches and ties,
buildings, depots, section and tool
houses of the Oklawaha Valley rail railroad,
road, railroad, from a point on the Marion
county line at Orange Creek to the
end of the track at Silver Springs. No
trains or years can be operated over
that section of the track from "and
after midnight Tuesday 13th. After
your logging train has passed Silver
Springs you will please replace all
idling stock on main line at Silver
fcpnngs as originally placed by me.
lou will also unload engine No. 109
Tfi'd at the same time place it on main
line with other rolling stock. Notify
all concerned and have all 'foreign
cars from that section of track before
You will please be governed accord accordingly.
ingly. accordingly. S. C. M. Thomas,
Sheriff of Marion County.
PINELLAS GRAND JURY
PUSHING ITS PROBE
' (Associated Pres3)
Clearwater, Sept. 13. The Pinellas
county grand jury began an investiga investigation
tion investigation today of the death of Miss Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Turner, in connection with, which
Dr. I. J. Belcher, of Tarpon Springs,
is charged with manslaughter. Dr.
Belcher waived preliminary hearing
yesterday, allowing the case to go
directly to the grand jury.
SENT TO OFFICERS
Miami, Sept. li Chief of Police
Quigg and Detective Bishop have re
ceived r.nonymous letters from per
sons signing themselves as "Bootleg "Bootleggers,'
gers,' "Bootleggers,' 'thratening to tar and feather
them if they do not let up in their"
campaign on the rum runners here.
RIGHT HAND KNEW NOT
' WHAT THE LEFT DID
Chicago, Sept. 13. "French Sal,"
aged 84, who died yesterday in a
dreary little attic was found to have
?1 00,000 in stocks hidden in her room.
For years she begged from the rich
and dispensed philanthrophy to the
poor Her identity -is not, known.
JUSTICE NOT SLOW
Columbia, S. C, Sept. 13. S. J.
Kirby.. the first of three men to be
tried for the murder August 9th of
William Brazell, a Columbia taxi
driver and college student, was found
guilty of murder in the first degree to today
day today in the Lexington county court.
The verdict automatically carried a
sentence of death by electrocution.
WANTS NO CUT IN WAGES
. (Associated Press)
New York, Sept. 13. Samuel
Gompers, president of the American
Federation of Labor, planned to leave
New York today for Atlanta, where
he will aid in the inauguration of a
campaign Thursday to check wage
cuts in the textile mills of, Georgia,
Tennessee, North Carolina, South
Carolina and Alabama.
MELVILLE F. GOODRICH
Omaha, Neb., Sept. 13.Melville F.
t footmen, lormer president of the
(United States Motor Sales Transpor
ts tion Company, of Massachusetts,
stricken with pneumonia i-eeently
while'' being taken from Losflnrelesf
to Boston on a larceny charge,,- dieil
USED FORD ROADSTER
One 1920 Ford Roadster with self
starter. Bargain. Mack Taylor,
Ccala, Fla. Phone 348. 7-6t
Potato chips at U-Serve Stores, one
east and one west of square, tf
JOHII JOIIIS FMI
III THE JUG:i
. T .A,, r.
Duval Grand Jury Holds Pope as an
Accomplice in the .Murder
of George Hickman
Jacksonviile,bept. Id. John Pope, a
local attorney, was jointly indicted
with Frank Rawlings by the Duval!
county grand jur ythis afternoon for
murder in the first degree as a result'
of the shooting to 'death of George
Hickman a week ago Sunday night by
Rawlings during an attempt to steal
the Sunday box office receipts at the
theater of which Hickman was rtan-
aer- of appointment between the ages, of
Irwin NoviUky, arrested Saturday. 21 and 30 -a'rs is estimated
night with Pope, was ordered held for as about January 1922.
further investigation. Johnnie Novitz- Further information can be obtain obtain-ky,
ky, obtain-ky, arrested near Fort Myers as an j f f. rftmmj, n(W Rmflni,
acceessory before the fact, was ex exonerated
onerated exonerated by the grand jury, but prob probably
ably probably will be held as a material wit witness.
ness. witness. Rawlings had previously been in indicted,
dicted, indicted, but the joint indictment will
necessitate a new arraignment. It is
understood Pope and Rawlings will
be arraigned tomorrow morning.
COUPLA DAYS OFF
York, Sept. 13. President
Harding left New York today for
t i j
crame of eoli at Piping Kock and a
yachting trip on Long Island Sound
The president expects to return to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. JOHN WOULD MAKE
A GOOD JUDGE
Geneva, Sept. 13. Many delegates
to the assemblyof the league of ,na-
tuns m sesswn here predicted today
that John Bassett Moore would be
elected judge of the court of interna interna-t:onal
t:onal interna-t:onal justice Wednesday.
MEETING OF GRAND JURY
. (Associated Press)
! Clearwater, Sept. 12. Dr. I. J. Bel
cher, the Tarp6n Springs physician
charged with manslaughter in connec- j limits. The strike was made shortly
tion wit hthe death of Miss Virginia ; after 8 o'clock and it was after mid mid-Turner,
Turner, mid-Turner, whoso body was found in r)ght whe the fish was hauled in
Booker creek August 27th, waived j after dragging the motor launch four
preliminary hearing today and was I miles through Lake Mabel and out to
bound over to the grand jury under the Gulf Stream. The tarpon was
$10,000 bond. .The grand jury con-
venes tomorrow. Dr. Belcher did not, is director o fthe local anglers' club
appear in court this rnorning but and is a holder of many prizes for re remade
made remade his motion through his counsel. crrd catches.
PROBABLE REASON ON THE WAY TO INVERNESS
WHY SHIPS DISAPPEAR
(Associated Press) Dublin, Sept! 12. The courier of
Portsmouth, Va., Sept. 12 The dis- the Irish republican parliament. left
crvery yesterday of a giant mine Dublin this morning for Inverness,
three feet in diameter and coated Scotland, where Lloyd George is mak mak-with
with mak-with barnacles and oysters and pro-ling his headquarters.
vided with an electrical firing device : ;
which washed ashore at Ocean View, SCHULTZ IS IN THE TOILS
near here, has given rise to the theory
that perhaps several of, the ships lost (Associated Press)
off the coast recently may have been I Toledo, Sept. 12. Charles Schultz,
sunk by striking one of these ex-
MIAMI'S NOVEL MANNER
OF COLLECTING TAXES
Miami.. Sept. 13. In an effort to
speed up the collection of- personal
taxes from citizens of Miami, C. B.
Selden, director of finance, has placed
two collectors on the streets to re re-nvnd
nvnd re-nvnd persons of their obligations and
bring to his office as much money as
possible. Mr. Selden declared thou thousands
sands thousands of dollars is past due.
IN POULTRY TRAINING
Gainesville, Sept. 13. A practical
course in poultry training, the fourth
nf its kind, will be conducted at the
College of Agriculture at the univers-
itv here in January, beginning the
first Tuesday of the month and con continuing
tinuing continuing for 10 days. The course is
for men and women and is without
fee or entrance requirements.
RE-TD3E YOUR CAR
Thirty 32x32 .tires. Standard make
. VTiile they lafl 15. Get yours be-
fore they are gone. Mack Taylor,
' Ocala, Fla. Phone 348. 7-t
AT FORT McPHERSON
A competitive examination will be
held Nov. 14-16, 1921. at Fort Mc-
Pherson, Ga., for appointment in the
eteriary corps, regular army, to fill
not to exceed sixteen vacancies.
. Applicants must file an application
'for commission in the regular army
jon form 88, A. G. O. This form may
jbe obtained from any military post
icr station, or from the adjutant gen-
,.eral of the army, Washington, D. C.
Applicants must be members of the
veterinary officers' reserve corps at
the time of taking the examination,
Application should be made to the
adjutant general of the army for
commission in the V. O. R. C. by those
aDDlicants wh are not now members.
stating the purpose of the applicant. applicant.-No
No applicant.-No candidates will be examined
who will not be at the probable time
j Fourth Corps Area, Fort McPherson,
j Ga. All communications should be so
TVffa TncorVi in fZo crar a crcA 7Q AclA
j &t ner'home fa NortnVala last night,
A. I 3 Jf.A,A. HV A V. V A. CA 1 J V1V1 JW IA
. federate soldier, Mr. Lukka Geiger,
! who survices her, came to this city
j with him from Micanopy four years
ago, and in her life here since has
niuch endeared herself to her .neigh-
who is expected to arrive this eve
ning or tomorrow morning. The fu funeral
neral funeral will be held at four o'clock to to-,
, to-, morrow afternoon at Millwood ceme ceme-i
i ceme-i tery, near Reddick. Sam R. Pyles &
Company will have charge of the ar ar-!
! ar-! rangements.
j CAUGHT THE LARGEST TARPON
i (Associated Press)
J puie; Sept. 13.-What is
Mieved tQ haye fceen t
, . .
yvu ever i-augui vii tne taei cuasb ox
.Florida was landed early Saturday
! morning by Charles T. Link of this
; city after a battle of four hours. The
' fish, according to officials of the local
, anglers club, weighed 156 pounds,
: vas seven feet two inches over all and
j 42 inches in girth. It was hooked in
I Tarpon Bend, a favorite, fishing spot
on jjew River,1 located within the city
tawen with a 15 thread line. Mr. Link
one of the three men convicted of con
spiracy in connection with the million
dollar postoffice robbery, who escaped
from the Lucas county jail Labor Dar,
was captured at Crissey, Ohio, today.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to' all that
the Ocala Baseball Association is clos closing
ing closing its books for the season. On Sept.
23rd all accounts will be paid so far
as the association's m6ney will last.
All bilU not turned in to L. T. Izlar,
secretary, by that date will not be
paid because all money left on hand
at that date will be divided among the
local players. L. T. Izlar,
Secretary Ocala B. B. Association,
KEWPIE IN 'WINTER CLOTHES
Looking forward to an early and
severe winter Miss Rena Smith has
already clothed her pet kewpie in a
very stylish fur coat suit. Ladies who
doubt the description of this dress as
a coat suit would do well to secure a
j Fewpie Style Book and study up on
J kewpie costumes, but it might be well
'to add that kewpie styles would not
J be very suitable to most humans. In
addition to the up to the minute kew kewpie
pie kewpie in her window, Miss Smith has a
line of hats that makes many ladies
stop, lookand desire to buy.
ELIHU ROOT SAYS HE'S TOO OLD
Only a Wise Man Comes to that
Conclusion Soon Enough
Geneva, Sept. 12. Elihu Root has
definitely declined to" be considered
for election as judge of the interna
tional court of justice. In a cable cablegram
gram cablegram to Dr. Mairiey O, Hudson, who
is here in the capacity of an American
observer. Root declares he will be un unable
able unable to serve because of his age.
WONDER IF FATTY'S CELL
IS SUFFICIENTLY WIDE
, (Associated Press)
San Francisco,, Sept. 13. A state statement
ment statement expressing the conviction that
perjury was committed by one of the
chief witnesses for the prosecution, at
the grand jury investigation last night
of the death of Miss Rappe, for whose
alleged murder Roscoe Arbuckle is
under arrest, was issued today by Dis District
trict District Attorney Brady.
' Mr. Brady also charged he believed
"undue influence and pressure of a
sinister character had been brought
to bear" upon certain witnesses.
Whether any arrests would be made
in connection with his charge of per perjury,
jury, perjury, he said, would depend upon fur further
ther further developments.
The grand jury adjourned after 1
o'clock this morning without conclud concluding
ing concluding its examination of the testimony.
The investigation will be resumed
at a date convenient to Mr. Brady.
Arbuckle was brought into the
grand jury room at 1 o'clock this
morning, but remained only three
minutes when he was led back to his
Mr. Brady charged that Miss Zey
Provost, also known aa Miss Zey
Pyvron, had changed her testimony
before that grand jury from that she
had given previously to the police and
officials, that Miss Rappe had told her
Arbuckle had caused her injuries.
Earlier last night it was reported
that Miss PYvron refused to sign a
statement that Miss Rappe had told
her this and later it was said she de denied
nied denied she ever made such an assertion
concerning Miss Rappe, Brady said.
Brady also charged that Miss Alice
Blake, another prosecution witness,
was missing. -
Brady's statement came shortly
after the grand jury had concluded a
five-hour consideration of the case and
adjourned without voting an indict indictment.
ment. indictment. EXTENSION SCHOOLS
i FOR COLORED PEOPLE
Gainesville, Sept. 13. Extension
schools for negroes will be conducted
by negro agents of the agricultural
extension division of the university in
21 communities of 13 counties of the
state beginning Sept. 20 and ending
Oct. 21, under the personal direction
cf'A. A. Turner B. L. Perry, Cora J.
Harrison and B. BHawes. Programs
have been arranged for men and boys
and women and girls, and for joint
sessions of both sexes and all ages.
The men and boys will be, taught
selection and testing seed corn, care
of purebred pigs, saving the sweet
potato crop, methods of fertilization
and cultivation and record keeping.
Women and girls will.be given in instruction
struction instruction in home made household con conveniences,
veniences, conveniences, needle twork, shuck -work,
rug making anT plain sewing, home
sanitation and good health, canning,
pickling and preserving and 'record
Joint sessions will be held at which
the following subjects will be dis discussed:
cussed: discussed: Preparation and marketing
of farm produce through farmers'
unions, how to grow a year around
igarden, the farm dairy and how man
aged, the family, the proper care oi
infants, the home medicine cabinet,
good food and the saving account.
SUMMERFIELD VS. McINTOSH
Summerfield and Mcintosh will play
a ball game in Ocala Thursday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 4 o'clock. The two teams have
played several games this summer
and are. very evenly matched. It was
so far to go from Mcintosh to Sum'
merfiled that they decided to play the
game on neutral ground, and chose
Ocala as the spot. Both teams are in
good trim and are fighting hard to
win. Many of Ocala's old friends will
be represented on both teams so that
it will seem almost like Ocala 13
playing. Harry Wood, Lucy Danty,
Frank Gale, Bowman and Marshall
likely be seen in 'the game.
! Potato chips at U-Serve Stores, one
least and one west of square. 9-3t
This is a Studebakar year.
WILL BE THAT WISE
Increase the Restricted Immigration
Law from Three to One
Hundred Per Cent
I Associated Press)
Washington, Sept. 1. The attacks
upon the three per cent immigration
Inw are being made with the specific
intention of discrediting the law,
Secretary Davis said today, adding
that efforts to bring the law into dis-
puie were more than likely to result
in Congress shutting off immigration
RELIEF NOT YJET
The provision of the House tax bill
making the repeal of the excess profits
tax effective next January 1st instead
of last January 1st, as recommended
by Secretary Mellon, was approved
today by the Senate finance commit committee.
tee. committee. The secretary's recommendation
for reptai of the capital stock tax
fective as of li;22 was accepted and
tne committee voted to increase the
corporation income tax from 10 to 15
per cent! next January 1st.
Washington, Sept. 13. Representa
tive Samuel M .Taylor of Arkansas,
died here today after several weeks'
illness with pleurisy and pneumonia.
He was sixty-nine years old and
ranking member of the rivers and
MRS. SARAH COLTON SMITH
- WANTS MODERN METHODS
Clearwater, Sept. 13. Revival in
some quarters of agitation for a coun
ty poor farm for Pinellas county, has
brought forth a vigorous protest from
Mrs. Sarah Colton Smith, county pro pro-tatiorr
tatiorr pro-tatiorr officer. She takes the occasion
of her montnly report for August to
assert that no such public charge is
needed and that the establishment of
a poor farm would prove inviting o
persons in other parts of the country
who might take advantage of Pinel Pinellas
las Pinellas county's benevolence to spend their
declining days in a congenial climate.
"There may come a time in the de
velopment of Pinellas county when a
poor farm will be a necessity," she
says, "but for the present such an
institution would only be a standing
invitation to the aged dependents in
colder climates to come here to spend
their last days."
Reviewing the welfare work nowV
carried on in the county, Mrs. Smith
adds: "The strength of a nation lies
largely in its homes, and poverty
alone is never a reason for breaking
up a borne. Child welfare workers
re agree-d that ever a poor home is a
better 3ace to rear a child than the
bestof institutions, and. many states
have laws forbidding caring for chil
dren in x-r house. We have eight
names onour relief list each of whom
have one or more children, and it
vould he nothing short of a crime to
cc-mpel any one 01 these people to
beak home ties and enter an institu institution..
tion.. institution.. 'Be it ever so humble,, there's
no place like home,' especially to the
ged. ar.d it would be most cruel and
much more expensive to compel our
rJne aged people to exchange their
humble firesides for a poor farm."
FOR FORT 3IYERS
Fort Myers, Sept. 13 A deal which
will serve to make Fort Myers an im important
portant important cigar manufacturing center,
it is said, has recently been entered
into by the Old King Cole Cigar Com Company
pany Company of New York city and the Jose
Gonzales Company of Fort Myers,
whereby the latter company is to sup supply
ply supply the New York firm with its cigar
needs. The output of the local firm
under the" terms of the contract will
be from 3,000,000 to 10,000,000 cigars
annually, officials said.
The enterprise is expected to afford
employment for approximately 300
cigar makers, v.-ith a payroll estimat estimated
ed estimated at .$-1000 a week. Details cf fac factory
tory factory and warehousing facilities are to
be worked out in addition to the ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for adequately housing
HONORARY JOB FOR ADOR
Geneva, Sept.; 12. Gustave Ador.'
former president of Switzerland, was
elected president of the assembly of
the league of nations today.
OCA LA EVENING STAR, 7 UESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1921
J JULIAN BULLOCK'S VERSION
j OF FRIDAY'S TROUBLE
In giving, the different reports of
L- st Friday's trouble, the Star did not
rrcntion that of Julian Bullock- The
i ii. it. Carrwii, Prenident i reason for this was that Mr. Bullock
iMrraXMd. Srr el rr-lrro rr
J. il. Benjamin, lOdltor
Ocala EveiiiEg Star
Pnbl!tha Every Iy K.eep Sunday ly
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
Entered at Ocala. Fla..
jvas suffering from two wounds and
! the reporter feared that talking with
him on such a worrisome subject
.might add to his pain and bring on
j fever. That tLe reporter was not en en-!
! en-! tritely wrong in this theory Is proven
I by the fact that Miss Marshall, so
Hrit i-ri assoi wed press I late as noon Monday, was dubious
The Associated Press Is exclusively shout allowing him to be interviewed,
and said he could not be until she re-
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OEANGE GROWERS WILL
MEET IN OCALA SATURDAY
Several days ago mention was made
in these columns that the orange
growers of Marion county contem contemplated
plated contemplated organizing for the purpose of
adopting a uniform superbrand under
which all high grade oranges in Mar Marion
ion Marion county will be shipped.
It was pointed out at 'that time
that oranges grown in Marion county
would grade from 40 per cent to 60
per cent first grade. The growers ap approached
proached approached concerning the matter be believed
lieved believed that Marion county should take
"some steps to identify $he oranges
which she is growing, and a meeting
has been called for Saturday, Sept.
17th, at three o'clock at the Board of
Trade rooms in Ocala, to go carefully
into the matter with a view of organ
izing the growers along the lines
It is believed that inasmuch as
Marion county is producing a high
grade quality of fruit, that she
should not keep her light under a
bushel, but should let the buying pub public
lic public know about it. It is' hoped that a
large delegation of Marion county
growers will be present.
MRS. JOHN DOZIER
A wave cf sadness was cast over the
city today when it was learned that
Mrs. John Dozier passed ; away at
12:31) o'clock this morning. Mrs.
Dozier was taken sick two weeks ago
in Orlando, where she was visiting at
the home of her son-in-law and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Sylvan McElroy.
Dr. Harry, C. Dozier, her son, on re-ceiptj-'
of a telegram telling of his
mother's illness, hurried to Orlando
and returning brought -Mrs., Dozier to
Ocala. She continued to grow weaker,,
however, day by day, until this morn-
:ng when she passed into that peace peaceful
ful peaceful sleep from which there i is no
awakening. ;v;'- ; '.e:' :
Mrs. Dozier with her husband, Mr.
John Dozier, had lived int Ocala for
many years; She was blessed with
two children, Dr, H. C. Dozier'of this
city and Mrs. Sylvan McElroy of Or Or-'
' Or-' lando, and they together with ;' her
husband were with her constantly in
her last illness.
The funeial services will be held to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow from the residence on Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha avenue. Mrs. Dozier was a
member of, Grace Episcopal church,
and, the rector, Rev. John J. Neigh Neigh-hour
hour Neigh-hour will conduct the services Inter Interment
ment Interment will be made in Greenwood cem cemetery,
etery, cemetery, and the following gentlemen
will act as pallbearers: Messrs. Sid Sidney
ney Sidney Haile. George Pasteur, W, W.
1arriss, W. W. Martin, H. A. Water Waterman
man Waterman and H. B. Clarkson.
Th funeral arrangements are in
charge of Sam R. Pyles & Company.
WOMAN'S CLUB NOTICE
The members of the Woman's Club
are requested to meet at the home of
Mrs. J. W. Hood tomorrow afternoon
at 3 o'clock so they can attend in a
body the funeral of Mrs. John Dozier,
which will take place from the resi residence
dence residence at 3:30 o'clock.
PALATKA HAS KIWANIS CLUB
Palatka, Sept. 13. The local Ki Ki-wanis
wanis Ki-wanis Club, recently organibed has
been presented with its charter. Ap Approximately.
proximately. Approximately. 100 members of the Ki Ki-wanis
wanis Ki-wanis Club cf Jacksonville, with their
families, attended the presentation
ceremonies, coming from Jacksonville
by beat. An .elaborate progran feat featured
ured featured the exercises incident to the pre presentation.
sentation. presentation. Col. S. J. Hilburn was in installed
stalled installed as president of the club.
aim, whiich El..-y ; ivl Ju'.Ian rolled
off. Brcnson tv-it'.'d h;mdf loo.-e
but his wife .r.; son re-r tra I -ed him.
Mrs. Bronson also aked Julian if he
was much hurt, and'iie -said he didn't
think he; was, whe--jon Mrs. Bron Bronson
son Bronson dec's.red .v-irh much fueling that
she hoped he wasn't. Julian, finding
that hLs ski it was or fire asked
Tucker to pat it oat. He then
tried to go to the hotel, but; his
friends took him to the doctor's oSce,
for an X-ray examination. Before h
left, the sheriff arrive i and took
charge. .--While the struggle was a
desperate one., it lasted bat a short
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ceived permission frpm his doctor.
Mr. Bullock, however, came down
town yesterday afternoon to be put
under the X-ray, and when he started
back to the hospital, met the reporter,
who secured the doctor's permission
to talk to him awhile. Julian was ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mr. T. D. Lancaster,
ready to assist him. The location
of Mr. Bullock's wounds in his right
arm and under his right shoulder-
makes it difficult to help him, unless
he is lying on a cot, for the very
places where one would naturally take
hold of him would cause great pain if
i He reached the sidewalk, however,
trder his own power, and i waited
while the ever-helpful Albert Harriss
brought around his sedan. Julian and
the reporter climbed in, and Mr. Har
riss guided the car rapidly around to
Troxler's, where the wounded boy
enjoyed a long, cold coca-cola, which
sad to say proved just a little too long.
Mr.? Harris then drove very care carefully
fully carefully to the hospital he needed to be
careful, for it is an awful road for
sick or wounded people to travelover.
" However, the hospital, was reached
at last, and after kicking his shoes
off and stretching out on his cot, with
cigarettes and matches to hand, Mr.
Bullock said he was comfortable, and
told his story which, was as follows:
Mr. Bullock said he knew no thin?
f the trouble until a few minutes be before
fore before -it happened. He had been in the
barber shop and went around to H. W.
Tucker's store, where he overheard
the last of the telephone conversation
between Tucker and Bronson. Tucker
was inquiring why he shouldn't go to
Bronson's house at once, and Bronson
was telling Tucker, so he thought, to
come ahead. Bullock asked another
gtntleman in hearing what the matter
was about, and by the time it was
partly explained Tucker "and Simmons
were ready to leave in a car for
Bnmson's home and Bullock jumped
in. When they arrived at Bronson's
house, Mr. Bullock says, Bronson
came to the door in his shirtsleeves.
Mr.( Tucker t introduced himself by
name; Mr. Bronson replied in kind and
asked the gentlemen in. Mr. Tucker
sat in the porch swing with his hands
extended to the supports. Mr. Bul Bullock
lock Bullock sat near to Bronson, and Mr.
Simmons a little further off. Mr. Bul Bullock
lock Bullock trying to ease the rather strained
situation, took out a match and cig cigarette,
arette, cigarette, and asked Bronson to hold his
shoe up so he might strike the match
and Bronson complied and Julian lit
what he wanted to make a peace pipe.
Mr. Bullock "also told Mr. Bronson nov
to mind what the other boys said;
they were excited, but they meant no
harm. .-'-"' 1
Tucker then asked Bronson had he
struck William Bullock a few nights
before. Bronson wanted to know why
the'. question was asked. Tucker re replied
plied replied that William Bullock was one of
his best" friends, and Bronson might
as well strike him (Tucker), as Will William
iam William Bullock. Bronson seemed to con con-siderthis
siderthis con-siderthis av second or two, then told
Tucker to get out of his house. Tucker
inquired what would happen if he
didnt go. Bronson replied that he
would kill Tucker, and then reached
for his gun. He pulled the pistol out
and swung ii up and then drew it
down on Tucker. Julian Bullock
jumped and caught the gun and shov shoved
ed shoved it up, so when it fired the ball went
into the ceiling. He also begged Bron Bronson
son Bronson not to shoot, declaring that no
harm should come to him. He then
pushed Bronson back into the hall,
trying to put himself between the
conflicting parties, so that neither
would be hurt. From the hall
he pushed him back into a side
room. There was a rug on the floor
of this room, and both men slipped
on it, and came down, the pistol going
off and the bullet striking Julian in
the back. He didnt think the wound
was much, and continued to struggle
for the gun, asking Bronson to let
h."m have it, that he wouldn't hurt
him nor let anybody else do so. But
Bronson again succeeded in firing and
the bullet went into Julian's arm.
Arain he asked Bronson for the pistol,
and Bronson said he would not give up
the un, but he wouldn't shoot Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. Bullock told him he had already
shot him twice, and Bronson said he
was sorry, but held on to the. gun.
Julian told Tucker, who was standing
over the .two struggling men, and
Bronson's little boy, who came in thru
a side door, to hold Bronson V gun
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OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1921
MARTIN FAMILY REUNION
September Sth, 1921, about 115 peo people
ple people met at the beautiful and spacious
home of Horace A. Martin about
three -miles north of Oxford.
The purpose of this gathering .was
a family reunion of. the children and
grandchildren of Henry Martin (de (deceased
ceased (deceased ). They numbered ten chair
dren. Eight are still living and were
present with their families, namely;
Mrs. Griggs and David -Martin, of
Oxford: Walter Martin, of Fort Oe-!
den: Harmon and Oscar Martin, of j ccasions
Woldwood; Mrs. Laura Proctor, of
Pedro; Mrs. Barnett, of Belle view,
and Horace Martin, of Oxford.
Beside these5 other connections were
present, Mr. William Martin, their
only living uncle, of Moss Bluff, and
seme members of his family; their
aunt, Mrs. E. Jan Hall, son and fam family
ily family of Orlando; the writer and family
of Sparr. In addition to these there
were some guests of honor and among
the number was Aunt Betty, the dear
old blind saint who has amended these
liietims : many nines uciwc mu
sweetened them by her Godly pres pres-enve
enve pres-enve and conversation..
All the morning hours were spent
in greetings and general iove1 making.
At noon we were invited to a long
of comfort made by the host. Every Everywhere
where Everywhere there were seats, "cozy nooks,
easy chairs and swings, in the house j
WHEN FIRE SWEEPS PRAIRIE
The Baptist parsonage was the
and under the trees, no matter where scene of a quiet but impressive wed- j
you went there was a place to rest. ding Thursday morning, when Rev. j
Again we made note of the sacri-lC L. Collins joined Mr. Dennis Prine,
fees which had been made to make
the meeting a success. Men left their
and Miss Oda Blitch in marriage, i
Mrs. Prine is the second daughter j
Man and Beast Suffer Alike Under
Blistering Heat, and the Prayer
for Rain Goes Up.
1 Hot sunlight, winds as hot, as
shimmering heat which distorted ob objects
jects objects at a distance and made the sky skyline
line skyline a dazzling., wavering ribbon of
faded blue; and then the dull haze of
basfness enterprises and children of Mr. B. R. Blitch of Blitchton. and
were taken out of school, all believing J her many friends are sorry her mar-
this meeting to be of more importance jnage ;will take her to another place j smoke which hung over the land, and.
traa business or school bocks, we, J to live. ' .without tempering the heat, turned
toooffen become slaves to our busi-! Mr. Prine : has made his home v,at the sun Into a huge coppery balloon
r.css and shut the door against these Fellowship for the past few years.1 which drifted Imperceptibly from the
xrhirh wnnld brio-hten our i He is a veteran nf tho Uie war and to wes. an evening time
lives, cement our hearts together and 'was wounded in the conflict.
Ladles' coat suits iust arrived.
j Prices right, tenr.s light. They are
jnow on display: Corae in end make
For fresh meat call phone 108. Main your selection and pay while you
The most delicious light rolls and
cinnamon rolls fresh every day at
Carter's Bakery. 15-tf
Crystal wax, white and red Ber
muda onion seeds just in. Bitting &
; Phillips. 10-t
wear. 3. GolJman.
make us better able to fight the bat battles
tles battles of life.
The last and most important fact
about this gathering was that most
of them are Christians, who are serv serving
ing serving God. Among that number we had
two ministers of the gospel.
Mr. and Mrs.' Prine left in their car
for Gainesville, where Mr. Prine is a
sttudent. in the agricultural depart department
ment department of the University of Florida.
Their many friends wish them much
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Blitch, Mr. and
To show you how these meetings do ( Mrs. B. C. Blitch and son, B. C. Jr.,
impress our -children, the writer will
gives a few lines of a little speech
recited at one of our Martin family
reunions when we celebrated grand grandmother's
mother's grandmother's birthday:
"Come uncles and cousins, come nieces
Come nephews and brothers, no
'wont's' or 'can'ts
Put business and shopping and school
table i spread under the trees on the! The year has rolled ,around-it is
lawn, loaded with good things to eat.j ; 'Grandmother's Day.'" -After
the dinner hour was over, we j i :
were invited back to the house, where f
seats had been provided under the
WILL CLEAN OUT THE BATS
Messrs. Roland and Fenton Blitch of
Blitchton and Miss Theresa Brush of
Cedar Key, attended the marriage.
Blitchton, Sept. 9, 1921.
spreading trees among ihe flowers
and we were entertained, .with music,
essays and recitations fi'm the dif different
ferent different ones of the famil" connection.
The interest was manifest sometimes
in tears of emotion and again by
peals of laughter. The lime passed
quickly by and soon we" vere saying
the sad good-bye and cars were busy
taking those who lived nearby to their
There are some features of that
meeting which deeply impressed .the
writer as being worthy of mention
and commendation. one being the
great love which all this family have
for each other. The younger mem members
bers members are now middle-aged and above
and 'have large family connections,
yet they have never drifted apart, but
have kept their family love fires burn burning
ing burning by these yearly meetings.
Another feature was the provision
St. Augustine, Sept. 12. Uncie
Sam officially has recognized the ex existence"
istence" existence" of the huge colony of bats
which makes headquarters in the
g-arret of the old postoffice building
here, the coquina structure on the
Pjaza known throughout the country
as the one-time palace of the Spanish
governors of Florida. Old inhabitants
declare the batsare so ancient that
they screech in Spanish, but the fed federal
eral federal government apparently does not
deserve to preserve them as a relic of
the Spanish occupation, for it has au authorized
thorized authorized the postmaster to contract
for their eradication.
SQftly down upon a parched
i hilltop and disappeared, leaving be
. hind it an fominous red glow as of
hidden fires. B. M. Bower writes In
1 "Lonesome .Land."
When the wind blew, the touch of tt
seared the face, as the smoke tang as-
sailed the nostrils. All the world was
a 'velrd, unnatural tint, hard to name,
never to be forgotten. The far hori horizon
zon horizon drew steadily closer as the days
passed siawly and thickened the veil
of smoke. The distant mountain drew
i daily back "into dimmer distance; be be-I
I be-I came an obscure, formless blot against
I the sky and vanished completely. The
j horizon crouched then upon the bluffs
l across the river, moved up to the line
, j of trees a:or.g its banks, blotted them
A wedding occurred in Tampa sev- out one day and frnpudently estab estab-eral
eral estab-eral days ago, news of which will be lished lt?e!f halfway up the coulee,
received with interest in Ocala by j Time ceased to be measured accur accur-friends
friends accur-friends of the contracting parties, atelj; events moved slowly In an nn nn-who
who nn-who will make their home in Ocala.' real wor,d of salfry heat and smoke
Mr. John Galvln Hale-was married aP 8 red un wad,in through
, c TIT.. the copper-brown sky from the east to
to Miss Maggie Wilson.- The cere- the and a mn as red whIch
mony was performed by Rev. Julian followed meekly after.
L. Hazard, at the home of the bride's Men rode uneasily here and there.
cousin, Mrs. Ella H. Tidwell. The and when they met they talked of
following were, those present to wit-i prairie fires and fire guards and the
ness the ceremony: Mr. and Mrs. W. direotIon of fh wind, and of the faint
H. Tait, Mr. and Mrs. John Herndon, pect of rain. Cattle, driven fron,
, ,. ., their accustomed feeding grounds,
Mrs. Brown and. Miss Aviles. The ; wanf,ered a,m,eSsly over the still-un-bride
was unusually attractive in a; burned range and lowed often in the
handsome brown net dress, elaborate- : night as they drifted before the, name namely
ly namely embroidered. Mr. and Mrs. Hale heated wind.
are receiving ,a cordial
welcome in t
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NOTICE, II. S. STUDENTS
Entrance examinations on all high
school subjects will be given Friday,
Sept. 16th, beginning at 9 o'clock, at
the high school building. Credit for
work done in summer school with a
coach or anywhere outside at a rec recognized
ognized recognized graded public school must be
secured by examination. Applicants
for examination will please commu communicate
nicate communicate with the county superintendent
oi Miss Shephard before Friday.
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Optometrist and Optician
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
HiGII GRADE PAINT i
Come m and Hear Tltem
The World's Famous Artists, such as :
Lazaro, Hiolito. Tenor
Hackett, Gharjes, Ten or
Gates, Lucy, Soprano
Ponselle, Rosa, Soprano
Garden, Mary, Soprano
Miura, Tamaka Soprano
Brown, Eddie, Violinist
Seidel, Toscha, Violinist
Cassalls, Paplo, 'Cellist
Godowsky Leopold Pianist
Grainger, Percy, Pianist
Chicago Symphony Or Orchestra
chestra Orchestra Cincinnati! Symphony
Philharmonic Orchestra of
Great Research Specialists, as a
Class, Far More Erratic Than
Literary men are supposed to be like
women, varium et mutabile semper,
and this has turned university dbns
against them. I once had an argument
with a very dignified but not especially
literary college official, writes Freder
ick E. Fierce in the Literary Review.
"Ah!" said lie. "You literary men 'are
so temperamental. Then he went on
to sing the praises of certain great
fact research stars on his faculty. I
kept my tongue idle and my brain
busy. Alas and alas! As If great fact
research specialists were never tem temperamental.
peramental. temperamental. As If they never
whitened the hair of their deans or
blackened the bile of their colleagues.
When Walter Scott entertained at his
home the half-insane antiquary. Joseph
Uitson.'was it the urbane poet or the
ill-balanced editor of accurate texts
who was more temperamental? In
the famous quarrel between Furnlval!
and Swinburne the noted Shakes Shakespeare
peare Shakespeare scholar proved himself slightly
more erratic than even the mosc
temperamental poet of the Nineteenth
century. Everybody knows that Byron
got half drunk to write "Don Juan."
How many realize that the great uni university
versity university professor Porson got one hun hundred
dred hundred and five one-hundredths drunk
before lecturing to that same Byron
.at Cambndee? rorson witn nis in-
exhanstihl? memory and unquenchable
'thirst. !uring out hexameters and
hiccoughs to his astonished classes
was there ever a more temperamental
Ilumanity, in its acquisition of
knowledge. Its hopes, Its aspirations,
its ideals. Is In a state of steady dc
velopment. In art, it is the personal
expression of the artist, his Individ Individuality
uality Individuality shown mot only in mere tricks
of stvle. but in bis state of mind, his
attitude toward the world about him
which counts most In the end. And
that is why art In any form is not
a matter only of mere copying of facts.
The line to be drawn is not always
easy to define, perhaps. But one may
best regard some extreme examples.
The demand for subject and realism
found strong expression In the vogue
enjoyed by the chromos years ago.
About the same class f people who
made the popularity of these color
prints at that time today buy the or original
iginal original landscape etching "at $2.37,
framrd." "How to Appreciate Prints."
by Frank Weltenkampf.
Arrival and departure of passenger
irains at OCALA UNION STATION
The following schedule hjures pub published
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(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksrnville-N'Ycrk 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pro
1:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa-
4 Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pre
2:55 cm N York -St. Petrsbrg 1:35 wb
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm i
1:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:0o pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2 :27 am Jackson ville-NYork 2 :33 tm
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gajcsvil.e 3:24 pm
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3:24 pm St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pir
7:10 am Drmnellon-Wilc.x
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkdand 11:03 pm
3:30 pm. Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 air
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Jimmie I wonder If you could?
Jackie You wonder if you could
"Why. I wonder If yon could saj
that a divorce Is merely the correc correction
tion correction of a Miss-Take? London An-
costs of Brahms
When all the members of the
Florida Citrus Exchange buy
grove materials and packing house
supplies through the Exchange
Supply Company they will save
enough to more than cover the
costs of marketing,
When one-half or more of all the
citrus growers of Florida market
through the Florida Citru3 Ex Exchange
change Exchange and use the facilities of the
Exchange Supply Company their
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These statements arc not 141 141-estimates
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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1921
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Miss Alma Priest of Anthony left
this afternoon for Tallahassee, where
she will enter the Woman's College
for the winder.
t Rub-My-Tism for Rheumatism.
Friends of Sirs. Jean Conoley will
regret to learri of her illness. She was
taken yesterday to the hospital, where
the is receiving every attention.
Rub-My-Tism kills infection. Ad.
Misses Margaret and Mamie Taylor
and niece, Martha Taylor, left this
afternoon for a month's visit to North
This is a Studebaker year. tf
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gary and chil children
dren children have returned home from a de delightful
lightful delightful motor, trip through North
Rub-My-Tism cures sores. Adv.
Mr. R M Stroud of ''Early Bird,
ImL, now visiting in Wauchula, will
arrive in Ocala the last of the week
to teach in the high school this win winter.
ter. winter. .-
666 cures 'Biliousness. Adv.
Mr. Friedlander of Indian Rock,
Fla., will teach science in the high
school this year. He was a'graduate
V of the University of Florida last
666 cures a Cold quickly. Adv.
Mr. Carroll Fraser has returned
home from a week-end visit to Safety
666 cures Malarial Fever. -Adv.
Miss Onie Chazal was hostess last
evening to the regular Monday eve eve-ning'mecting
ning'mecting eve-ning'mecting of the "A" club, and the
only outside guests playing with the
members of the club were Misses
Mary and Agnes Burford. Misses
Mabel Meffert and Ava Lee Edwards,
two club members who have been .out
of the city all summer, were present
last evening and in every way this
gathering was most enjoyable. Mrs.
R L. Anderson Jr,. made the highest
score and was rewarded with a deck
of cards. Miss Mamie Shephard re received
ceived received a paper cutter for consolation.
M iss Chazal served ice cream and
cake after the games.
666 vru:es Chills and Fever Adv.
Mrs. tfeorge Martin has returned
home from Chattanooga, Tenn., where
she spent the summer with her son-in-law
and daughter, Mr.' and Mrs. W.
W. Wilson, and family. En route home
Mrs. Martin stopped at Auburn, Ala.,
to visit her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Martin and ac accompany
company accompany home her mother, Mrs.
Sanders, who had been visiting rela relatives
tives relatives there. v
Ladies' coat suits just arrived.
Prices right, terms light.' They are
now on display. Come in and make
your 'selection and pay while you
wear. B. Goldman. 10-tf
Mrs". Marshall has returned home
from a visit with her granddaughter,
Mrs. Ih II. Black, in the northern 'part
of the state.
Several exceptional bargains in
rugs and art squares if sold at once.
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm
Mrs. George Batts and baby are at
Oklawaha, visiting Mrs. Batts' moth mother,,
er,, mother,, Mrs. Knight.
Let us exchange youi old furniture
for new. We can furnish you every everything
thing everything for your home. Theus Brothers
Phone 19. y 23-lm
The friends of Mr, C. P. Chazal will
rtgret to learn of his illness.
Nice assortment of White Middies
at FISHEL'S. tf
Mrs. Claude Kreger and daughter,
Virginia left this afternoon for their
home in Jacksonville, after a pleasant
stay at Lake Weir, guests of Mrs.
Arthur Clark of Jacksonville, who has
c cottage there for the summer. Little
Miss Dorothy Walkley accompanies
Virginia home for 'a week's visit.
Crystal wax, white and red Ber Bermuda
muda Bermuda onion seeds just in. Bitting &
Mrs. S. M. Lummus, son and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Marion and Frances Lummus,
Anita Smith. Lindsey Troxler and
Tuck Rooney. have returned home
fiom a pleasant outmg at Lake Weir.
SNAKE MOVES TO TOWN
A rattlesnake six feet long and
having six rattles and a button was
killed this morning by some negro
boys in the lot being cleared on the
corner of South Fifth and Earl
streets. Dr. H, C Dozier is having
this lot cleared in order to commence
building a home. It is likely that in
clearing up for his new home he dis disturbed
turbed disturbed the rattler and his snakeship
was looking around for a new loca location
tion location when discovered by the boys.
Mr. G. T. Maughs is home from a
vacation spent at Clearwater and
lc. record sale. Grand opera and
concert selections. With each record
purchased at regular price, you get
another record of the same price for
a nadditional lc. See the larger ad.
elsewhere in this paper. B Goldman, tf
Salt mullet, already scaled, at the
City Fish Market. 24-tf
Mrs. L. M. Jones Jr., after a de delightful
lightful delightful visit here and in Tampa, left
this afternoon for her home at Mill Mill-edgeville,
edgeville, Mill-edgeville, Ga. x
Call phone x08 when you want groc groceries
eries groceries in a hurry. Main Street Market.
Mrs. Neil Harris and two children
are enjoying a visit with relatives at
Test our delivery service when you
want FRESH meat. Just call phone
108. Main Street Market. tf
Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Peek have re returned
turned returned home from Chicago, where the
doctor took a six weeks, post graduate
course in medicine.
Ladies' coat suits just arrived.
Prices right, terms light. They are
now on display. Come in and make
your selection and pay while you
wear. B. Goldman. 10-tf
Mrs. E. J. Crook is at home from
her visit to South Carolina relatives.
You are going to buy at HAR HAR-GRAVES'
GRAVES' HAR-GRAVES' Cash and Carry Store be because
cause because ther-e youH save money. 807 S.
Lime St. N 27-tf
f Mrs. Raiford Simmons has gone to
Statesboro, Ga., where she will' join
her; husband and they will for the
present make that town their home
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Adv.-tf
Miss' Annie Rooney left yesterday
afternoon for Tallahassee, where she
will enter the Woman's College. Miss
Rooney was the valedictorian of the
high school class last spring and a
bright future is being prophesied for
her! She will be much missed here by
scores of friends. '
Crystal wax, white and red Ber Bermuda
muda Bermuda onion seeds just in. Bitting &
Phillips. , 10-6
Lamar Barnett, of the Colonial ho ho-hotel
hotel ho-hotel leaves Tuesday for Emory Col College,
lege, College, at which place he will graduate
Alfred Williams, colored, held up
Paul Hicks, another smoked Yankee,
near Martel, and took $25 from hirn.
Sheriff Thomas caught Alfred before
he spent all the-$25.
Miss Ruby McClendon was married
to Mr. Leo Hames, by Judge Futeh in
his office this morning. The young
couple live at Belleview.
George Gibson, a colored person,
stole some articles from each of the
two railroads,-and some other articles
somewhere else, was arrested by Sher Sheriff
iff Sheriff Thomas on five charges, was caught
with the goods on and will work for
the the county quite awhile.
Mr. James A. Parker of Cotton
Plant, who was operated on at the
hospital today, for appendicitis,1 came
thru all right and is doing welL
Mr. Louis Duval's friends are glad
to see him out after a brief illness.
Mrs. Duval is away and it is reported
that Louis has been trying to do his
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dobbs are
hcme.from a summer visit up north.
They have had a pleasant time, and
Mr. Dobbs says he has come back to
cool off and recover some of his lost
weight. They traveled in an Essex
car and came from Vincennes, Ind.,
to Ocala, nearly 1200 mile, in a little
over four days.
. Buy your bread at the U-Serve
Stores. Large loaf 12 cents. Small
loaf 8 cents. One east and one west
i ot public square. 6-6t
HOLD OX TO OUR COIN
The Star has received the following
Lake City, Sept. 13.
Ocala Star, Ocala, Fla.:
Fifty cars will leave here for
Gainesville at noon. Try and have
your section well represented at road
meet there tonight. W. W. Philips.
The citizens of Wauchula would
bond their city for about $90,000 for
four and one-haif miles of street pav paving.
ing. paving. A handsome new Baptist church is
being built at Fort Pierce at a cost of
Over 1000 feet of permanent side sidewalk
walk sidewalk will be laid at once for the town
James'R. Walsh has been awarded
the contract for the remodeling of the
L'Engle building in Jacksonville.
About $25,000 will be spent.
The new Mayo State Bank has
opened for business.
Some $200,000 worth 'of paving
work is being planned by the city of
Jacksonville. Several of the down downtown
town downtown thoroughfares are involved.
Titusville has disposed of $175,000
worth of bonds ad the proceeds will
te spent on roads and bridges. Work
will be started at once.
William B. Mitchell of Arcadia, has
become owner of the Sebring Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Company. The deal involved
Work has been started on the new
Masonic temple at Sebring.
A new cigar fatcory will be built at
Fort Myers for Jose Gonzales & Co.,
besides several residences.
A handsome new hospital which'
was built at DeLand at a cost of
$50,000 has been completed.
A new tobacco company has been
formed at Madison to v be known as
theTruluck Tobacco Co. They will
grow leaf tobacco.
Tampa will let contracts for the
enlargement soon of its junior high
school. This will involve about
$40,000 and calls for the work to be
completed by the first of February.
Plans have been p?rfected for a
v.hite way for the town of Braden Bradentown.
town. Bradentown. Work wiil start at once.
The Lee street viaduct which con connects
nects connects Jacksonville business with the
Riverside' section will be thrown open
to traffic about the first of October, it
A. white way is practically assured
for the town of Bartow. It 'will in include
clude include three' of the principal business
The saw mill of G. C. Beck, located
near Kissimmee, was destroyed by
fire last week. The loss aggregates
A new 100-room hotel will be built
at Hallandale in the near future. It
will be built of concrete and be mod modem
em modem in everyway.
A new company has been formed at
Chipley by local citizens to put down
another test oil well.
A company has been formed at
Brooksville to build a new three-story
brick hotel to cost about $50000.
Stock has been sold.
- MUSICAL THIS EVENING
Following is the program to be
given under the. auspices the "True
Blue" class of the Methodist Sunday
school Tuesday evening, at 7:30 at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthar
Burgess. Every one invited:
Piano solo, ;"Eusy Bee" Lora
Poem (Field) Ruth Parker.
Vocal solo MrsNCondrey.
"Coming Through the Rye," (pan (pan-tomine)
tomine) (pan-tomine) Helen" Overton and Mar Mar-g.ierite
g.ierite Mar-g.ierite Condrey.
Piano duet, "Hungarian Polka"
Martha Rivers. and Sara Scott.
Recitation, j "The Drowning Sing SingedPolly
edPolly SingedPolly Smith.
Piano soIo-'-Dora -Burnett.
Uc-sr'ption Eva Brooks.
Fiano selection, "Valse Caprice"
Aniv C. Long.
Remarks by class president. Rose
Piano solo (Mazurka) Gene Bit Bitting.
ting. Bitting. Misses Dorothy Lancaster and
Margaret Overton accompanists.
RE-TIRE YOUR CAR
Thirty 32x3 tires. Standard make.
While they last, $15. Get yours be before
fore before they are gone. Mack Taylor,
Occla, Fla. Phone 343. 7-t
Carter's famous BUTTERNUT
BREAD In two size loaves may be
had at tha bakery or at retail groc grocery
ery grocery store?. Accept no substitute, as
thre is none so good. Carter's
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
IF arternal Orders
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S
:! ts at the Masonic' hall the second
fetid .fourth Thursday evenings of each
J itonth at 8 o'clock.
I i T T 1 i vrf
Mr?. ,uan Cook. Secretary.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions ot the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R. A.'M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 d. m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
B. L. Adams. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle halL A cordial
welcomeVo visitiag brothers.
.W. W. RUea,C.C.
Chas. lyr Saire. K. of R. & S
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. 0,Jf.,
meets every Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock at the Odd Fellowj hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
F. W. Ditto, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
Mj. meets on, the first and- third
hursda'y evenings of each month at
8 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. I- Adams. Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, RP.O.E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday evej
nings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's tnd the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
IT. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit Visiting
ing Visiting sovereigns are always welcome.
' H. B. Baxter, C. C
Chas. K. Sae. C)i
RE-TIRE YOUR CAR
Thirty 32x34 tires. Standard make.
"While they last, $15. Get yours be before
fore before they are gone. Mack Taylor,
Ocala, Fla. Phone 348. 7-6t
66(5 cures Bilious Fever.-r-Adr.
S T- c .n "rr c - j
Train of Refrigerator Cars of the Fruit Growers Express from the South
being re-iced at Potomac Yards, Virginia, on its way to Northern Markets
THE public lacks rellakle tafor-
ki&tion oa wht it actually
a.n to taks rsslSrs, a
,,ffiL ft head of ebbf r let-
Seriunch It cilery or a box of
strawberries from the warm South-
era climate i 1 Z, ,7
Northern consumer and put it tnera
in as fresh and edible condition aa
thoueh rrown In the Northern man's
own back yard. t
Realising this lack of knowledge,
certain officials of the companies
eng-aced in transportation under re refrigeration
frigeration refrigeration are seeking an official
Inquiry by the Interstate Commerce
Commission ro that the farmer who
raises and ships his crop and the
man in New York who buys the
fruit and ut-of-aeaaon vegetables
may know whether they are paying
fair charges for refrigeration en
route to market, and whether the
transportation companies can give
proper services on the charges al allowed
lowed allowed by the Federal Commission.
It required over .. pounds
of Ice. costing1 over $1.7et.M to re refrigerate
frigerate refrigerate 2S.71J carloads by one
transportation agency in moving
perishable fruits and vegetables
from Florida alone In the 128-21
HALL KNOWS WHERE
One of the greatest joys of child
hood ccmes from- play hours with
gentle, affectionate animals of th
farm. Remember the pride of owner ownership
ship ownership in the first calf or .colt or pig
di.d gave you ? -Remember the fun of
berry picking in summer and nut
hunting in fail? Remember the joys
of frequent trips to the old swimming
hole, the neighborhood parties and
The- largest percentage of the most
successful men in business in our
cities. today spent the early part of
their lives on the farm. The farm is
and will continue to he roan's best in investment.
vestment. investment. (
Treat mes you would your physi physician
cian physician or your'lawyer, and let me look
after jour real estate problems. I
Jriobably know where to secure the
things you need most.
. JAMES HALL,
Licensed Real Estate Broker.
t lorida House It
AtvUlVAL AND DEP.AK TURE
. OF TRAINS IN OCALA
Seaboard Air Line
rrive from Jacksonville.. 2
cave for Tampa 2
Strive from Jacksonville.. 1
tave for Tampa 1
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3
tave for Tampa 4
Arrive from Tampa....... 2
eave for Jacksonville,... 2
Airjve from Tampa I
onve for Jacksonville.... 1
Arrive from Tampa 4
eave for Jacksonville 4
Arrive from New York.... 1
jeave for St. Petersburg.. 1
Arrive from St. Petersburgy!
eave for New York 3
Atlantic Coast Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:
eave for St. Petersburg.. 2
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3
-eave for St. Petershure. 3
rrive from Jacksonville. 10
eave for Leesburg 10
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2
.leave for Jacksonville. A 2
Arrive from Si. Petersburg 1
eave for Jacksonville. ... 1
Arrive from Leesburg :.l
Leave for Jacksonville....
Arrive from Homosassa. . 1
Leave for Homoapsa 3
Arrive from Gainesville.
daily except Sunday 11
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday ,.4
Leave for Lakeland Tues
day, Thursday, Saturday 7
Ar. from Lakeland. Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. ?
Arrive from Wilcoi., Mon Mon-dr
dr Mon-dr Wn-dav. Fridav
This is a Studebaker yeir.
season, to Northern markets. This
Is In addition to the movement of
1.M cars of Georgia peaches, and
thousands of other cars of small
fmits and veretable. pnder ice.
from the Carolina and Virginia.
la order to Insure asnmclent and
regular supply of ice Or these ears.
huge new ice manufacturing plants
have, recently been built at Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Miami. Haines City and L-akc-.
land. Florida, and large modern Ice
plants also hare been constructed in
the Carolinas and, Virginia.
The volume of hlpmnts tinder
refrigeration out of Florjda alon.
last year, was six times that of nine
years ago. and twice that of two
year ago. indicating the Importance
of the question for the future both
to producers and consumers.
In the near future the transporta transporta-tloneompanies
tloneompanies transporta-tloneompanies will make an effort
to have, the Commission throw the
light of publicity on the actual op operations
erations operations and all the costs Involved
In protecting the products of South Southern
ern Southern fruit and vegetable growers
from their farms and plantations to
the tables of consumers in the
j NOTICE, MULE STRAYED
One bay mare mule, 16 hands, about
li? years old. Here since Sept. 10th.
Owner to pay for advertising and
feed. S. R. Pyles, five miles south of
town. "" l3-3t
WANTED Man to wick on farm.
Apply Abner Pooser, at Goldman's
FOR SALI3 Frying size chickens at
30c. per pound. Abner Pooser. tf
FOR SALE One Jersey cow three
years old, with heifer calf. Gives
three gallons of milk a day. Price
FOR RSXT Rooms, furnished or un unfurnished.
furnished. unfurnished. 120 N. Sanchez St. tf
BAXTER TRANSFER CO. Short or
long distance hauling on short no notice.
tice. notice. Residence phone 169; office
phone 117. 15-tf
PROPERTY OWNERS Does your
roof leak, need painting or repair repairing?
ing? repairing? Let me give you an estimate
on your roof problem I repair,
paint and 2pply all kinds roofs.
No job too large or too snvill for
me. Charges reasonable. Satisfac Satisfaction
tion Satisfaction guaranteed. W. E. Dodd 03
Magnolia St., Phone 222, P. O. E,
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Splendid for
school girls. Can furnish room for
six girls. Phone 238 or call at 34
N. Sanchez street. 6-6t ''
KRYSO Sore head remedy for chick chickens
ens chickens and other poultry, fifty cents by
mail or dealer will get it for you.
Address. KRYSO," Box 11G3, Tampa,
WANTED Two girls to help in of of-fice.
fice. of-fice. Must be able to write plainly
and figure accurately. Good oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity for the right parties. Apply
to Mr. Pooser at B. Goldman's. tf
LOST Bunch of keys on tle street.
Return to Joe Blalock. 10-tf
FOR SALE Remington typewriter,
as good as new, $50. David S.
Wood row, room 8, Merchant's
LOST Bunch of keys, about six,
either at Silver Springs, in Ocala,
or on the Silver Springs road. Re Reward
ward Reward tOifinder by' calling Mrs. Wel Wel-ler
ler Wel-ler Carmichael. at home, or phone
PO RESALE Canary bird with cage;
good s:nger and good color. Apply
to M. L. Humphries, corner Orange
Ave. -and Fourth St. 13-3t
WANTED To buy or rent, grove or
f.rm near town suitable-for per permanent
manent permanent home. Price must be right.
"Citizen," care Ocala Star. 13-2t
rUENITURE FOR SALE New fur-r.if;:-e
cheap for cash. Buyer can
rent 3-room apartment for $12 per
month. Apply 120 N. Sanchez St.,
citl. V 13-6t
IFOR RENT Furnished three-rcom
; spaitmsnt, with all conveniences;
i close in. James Hall, Agent, Phone
218. x. 13-4t
j D?fndy home and store, enjoying a
j fff d trad? at a sacrifice. Owner must
j rcil at ence. James Hall, Agent,
' Phone 218. it
USED FORD ROADSTER
One 1920 Ford Roadster with self self-fctarter.
fctarter. self-fctarter. Bargain. Mack Taylor,
Occk, Fla. Phone 343. -' 7-Ct
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best ii-cals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phono
260. 310 N. Main street 27-tf
Everything in the line of house fur furnishings
nishings furnishings may be found here. New fur furniture
niture furniture exchanged for old if desires,
theus Brothers. Fcone 19. 23-lm
Mother yonr salvation, Wonder
Pose for th- "Kiddies. FISHEL'S. tf
The !ovesi average grocery costs
c-e to be' fonv.d at HARGRAVES
Cash ar.d Orry Store, 807 South Lime
SEE ME FOR
Everything in the. Building lint
My YiotU is Huarcrdeei
W. A. TINSMAN
"Tse St-cco Man" Phor.e 570
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